She also aided in the distribution of commodities for many years. Q.s in Nashua where she was honored to sew memory quilts for families. An important tradition she passed on to her brother, Andy and niece, Katrina is the making of kapusta and padia sauce.
Myron attended two years of high school and then enlisted in the Navy in July of 1945 at the age of 17. Myron’s family wishes to thank The Springs at Grand Park and River Stone Hospice for giving him a loving home and excellent care.
Myron was honorably discharged as a Seaman Second Class in August of 1946. Eugene “Al” Martin, 85, of Glasgow, Montana passed away February 15, 2018 at Valley View Home. Al played American Legion Baseball when he was young, he raced cars and go carts and won many trophies. Since his retirement, Al and Alpha spent twenty-two years traveling to Yuma, Arizona in the wintertime.
Burial will be at a later date in Lewistown, Montana where Myron will be laid to rest with his family.
Myron was born January 3rd, 1928, in Moore, Montana. He was the son of Myron Oscar Stratton and Blanche Marie (Blackman) Stratton. Nelson (Stratton) of Glasgow, Montana; her children, and many other special nieces, nephews and dear friends.
As a long-time member of the Lutheran Church, she assisted with numerous church and community functions.
At the Nashua Senior Citizens Center, she was an assistant cook for senior meals where she served alongside her good friend, Pat Neulieb. Stratton, age 90, passed away on February 15th, 2018, in Billings, Montana.Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock, February 24th, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary.Agnes married William (Bill) Stanton in 1971 and little brother Ebert joined the family, too.Although Bill was her stepfather, Debbie always saw him as her father and loved him dearly. She was known to jump on a dirt bike and take off into the pine trees.Although the majority of Jo’s life was spent living on the highline in Nashua, Montana, she also resided in Missoula, Montana for two years and in Gary, Indiana for three years.